"Don't vote to confirm anyone nominated under the circumstances President Trump and Senator McConnell have created," Biden said in a Sunday appeal to Republicans.
Hawaii firefighter Michael Clark is winning fans' hearts thanks to his viral TikTok debunk videos about the West Coast wildfires.
Jarvis Alexander and Jaquayla Young, both 19, were unintended targets in the mass shooting at a backyard party in Rochester.
A trove of secret documents received by BuzzFeed News reveals how banks profit off terror and organized crime — and the ways that governments fail to stop it.
This interactive map, created by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists for the FinCEN Files investigation, shows $35 billion in transactions — reported as suspicious by banks and other financial institutions — making their way through the global financial system.
Documents Show Deutsche Bank’s Top Executives Were Warned It Had A Dirty Money Problem. Then A $10 Billion Scandal Broke.
When the $10 billion mirror trading scandal was exposed, little emerged about who its victims were or how much Deutsche’s executives knew. The FinCEN Files investigation shows how deep the rot went.
Read each statement, bank by bank.
Alexander Perepilichnyy transformed himself from a money launderer to a whistleblower, and then he died. The company he founded began a new life in the criminal underworld. A FinCEN Files investigation.
Twenty-two thousand pages of never-before-released government documents. Hundreds of thousands of transactions. More than $2 trillion. A close accounting of BuzzFeed News’ unprecedented trove.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Died At 87
Ginsburg spent nearly 40 years on the bench, first as a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit and then on the Supreme Court.
Panels on Latinx young adult lit, Haitian storytelling, feminist folklore, and more.
Ben Montemayor, 28, said that he suffered serious injuries to his testicles and had to have emergency surgery or risk losing his right testicle entirely.
Collins said Saturday that whoever wins the presidential election should choose the nominee to replace Ginsburg, “in fairness to the American people.”
Parents Who Work In Childcare Are Trapped In An Unsustainable System
Childcare programs are closing nationwide, many parents can’t afford care, and those who work in the industry hardly earn enough to make the job worth doing.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether Obamacare is unconstitutional in November when three Trump appointees could hold the balance of power.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Fellow Supreme Court Justices Wrote Moving Tributes Remembering Their "Dear Friend"
"I will miss her — her intellect, her generosity, her sly wit, her manifest integrity, and her endless capacity for work — for the rest of my life."
Will Republicans Vote On A Supreme Court Nominee Before The Election? Don’t Forget The Intense Senate Campaigns In 2020.
Republicans can lose four votes in the Senate and confirm a justice. Three in tight reelection campaigns have said there should be a vote. Two key senators are silent so far.
The two victims were a man and a woman between the ages of 18 and 22, according to officials in Rochester, New York.
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.
The justices have already ruled on emergency requests this year related to how states handle voting during the pandemic.
During her 27 years on the high court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passionate opinions and blistering dissents pushed forward the cause of equality.
"I just typed fuccccckkkkkk like 3 times," Caroline Newberry said.
Joe Biden Said There's "No Doubt" The Next President Should Nominate Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Replacement
“In the coming days, we should focus on the loss of the justice and her enduring legacy,” Biden said soon after news broke of the Supreme Court justice's death.
"May her memory be a revolution."
Almost 200 people told us what it’s been like to lose a loved one to the mass delusion. Here’s what they said.
From the aftermath of Hurricane Sally to the ongoing West Coast wildfires, here are some of the most powerful photos of this week.
Trump, who repeatedly attacked Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, changed his tune on Friday as he released funds already approved by Congress for the island’s recovery.
Sources said ICE officials have also explored advocating for the prosecution of immigrants who refuse to have their DNA collected.
Ayad Akhtar: "Because I'm Muslim, I Must Be Writing About Muslims. I'm Trying To Write About This Country."
Talking to the Pulitzer Prize-winning author about his novel Homeland Elegies, Trump, and what it means to be an American right now.
At least two people have died and hundreds more have required rescuing from the floodwaters.
A lawyer for two of the students said the families believe the school's response to the incident "remains unacceptable."
For the film to be authentic, the teen stars contributed ideas at almost every level — from the creation of the script, the acting, and sometimes even the set.
The ban goes into effect Sept. 20, but TikTok may be allowed to reverse the decision if it resolves the president’s national security concerns.
Tulsa city officials considered bringing in a “national figure” to counter the president’s rally, newly obtained emails from June show.
The El Dorado fire has burned more than 19,000 acres and destroyed at least four homes since it was first ignited on Sept. 5 by a pyrotechnic device at a gender reveal.
If Colleges Are Recruiting Influencers, I Think They Should Be Paying Student-Athletes — The Original College Influencer
The reports of universities uniquely paying students to be brand ambassadors made me think about the controversy of schools not paying college athletes.
Is Gucci making fun of itself for profit?
A full-page ad calls back to Trump’s “What the hell do you have to lose?” appeal to Black voters in 2016.